On 10/19/2010 05:16 PM, Joshua Lock wrote:
On Wed, 2010-10-20 at 01:04 +0100, Joshua Lock wrote:
On Tue, 2010-10-19 at 14:31 -0700, Saul Wold wrote:The image I just built with my latest changes in josh/demo worked!?!
I did a sloppy job pushing my changes when leaving the office but think
Can you take a look at this since you have worked with the gstreamer?
I have replicated most/all of the in the josh/demo branch.
I also took a look through the rygel code to see what gstreamer elements
are explicitly being used, I've created a list and tried to ensure as
many as possible of them are in the IMAGE_INSTALL list for
poky-image-rygel, adding them to the RDEPENDS for rygel doesn't appear
to have included them in the image I just created...
Full list of names of pipeline elements I found in the rygel code
decodebin2, videorate, videoscale, ffmpegcolorspace, ffenc_wmv1,
twolame, lame, mp3parse, ffenc_wmav2, convert-sink-pad,
ffenc_mpeg2video, audio-src-pad, audio-sink-pad, audio-enc-sink-pad,
sink, mpegtsmux, audioconvert, audioresample, audiorate, capsfilter,
audiotestsrc, videotestsrc, ffmux_asf
Rygel did not segfault :-)
If you have time Dongxiao (or anyone else) I'd appreciate if you could
double-check my changes (my install_append in rygel to create a .config
isn't working, so you'll need to do that manually and run
rygel-preferences to disable the tracker plugin).
If you could test using Rygel as a renderer for some content served by
the mediatomb image, that would be much appreciated. You'll want
gupnp-av-cp as provided by gupnp-tools to control the renderer and
It is my udnerstanding that we plan to run both the renderer and the gupnp-av-cp on each "player". That is an ARM BeagleBoard and a PowerPC *unknown* board. Each will have a suitable display. Is this your understanding/intention?
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